Arthur Reed

  • Lecturer Emeritus, Accounting
  • Lead Tax Instructor, WiseGuides
  • Senior Lecturer and Director of the ACELAB, Bentley University
  • Advanced Certificate in Taxation Bentley University
  • MST Bentley University
  • MBA Northeastern University
  • Bachelor of Science Northeastern University
  • Office: Morison Hall - 125 | 781.891.2919 |
  • Department Phone: 781.891.2134

Teaching Interests

Taxation, including IRS Practice and Procedure, Tax Research and Multi-Jurisdictional areas, graduate and undergraduate tax. Governmental Accounting and Accounting Information Systems.

Currently teaching Governmental and Not for Profit Accounting at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as AIS at the undergraduate level.

Research Interests

Taxation - Multistate;
Taxation & Information Technology
Tax Research Innovation

Consulting/Practice Interests

Taxation of multi-juridictional individuals, including athletes, musicians and the arts


Teaching interests include taxation and financial accounting. As ACELAB director, interests include integrating IT into the accounting curriculum. Lecturer and author of tax material for the WiseGuides Continuing Tax Education and Enrolled Review Course. Formerly employed as an audit senior by Arthur Andersen, Boston office.

Professional Memberships

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Present
  • Beta Alpha Psi 1973 - Present
  • Academy of Business Education 2014
  • Publications


  • Reed, A. E. (2018). Lambers CPA Review Course: TaxationLambers CPA Review. Authored since 1990 200.
  • Presentations

  • Reed, A. E. (2019). “Plenary Session I: Meet Today's Tax Professional” Presented at the E Y E Y Tax Educators Sympsoium Washington DC
  • Reed, A. E. (2010). “ACCOUNTING & FINANCE CURRICULA INNOVATION AT BENTLEY UNIVERSITY” Presented at theAcademy of Business Education San Antonio
  • Reed, A. E. (2007). “Developing Unique Resources to Support Faculty Technology Initiatives in the Accounting Curriculum”
  • Reed, A. E. (2006). “Imbedding Technology in the Accounting Curriculum”
  • Reed, A. E. (2005). “Integrating Technology Across the Accounting Curriculum”
  • Reed, A. E., Fedorowicz, J. (2000). “The ACELAB: Enhancing Accounting Curricular Innovation with a Dedicated IT Facility”
  • Reed, A. E., Fedorowicz, J. (2000). “The ACELAB: Facilitating the Integration of IT Throughout the Accounting Curriculum”
  • Fedorowicz, J., Reed, A. E. (2000). “The ACELAB: Facilitating the Integration of IT Throughout the Accounting Curriculum” Presented at theThird Annual American Accounting Association Accounting Information Systems Educational Symposium Scottsdale, AZ
  • Service

    Department Service

  • Developer of Program for Financial Accounting Research Tutorials 2017 - Present
  • Course Coordinator for Tax Research Tutorials 2017 - Present
  • Regional Director of the Atlantic Coast Region for Beta Alpha Psi Chapter Advocate 2016 - Present
  • Mentor (Faculty) for ACELAB Presentations 1990 - Present
  • Board of Directors for Beta Alpha Psi 2018 - 2019
  • Mentor (Faculty) for VITA Volunteer Income Tax Assistance 2000 - 2019
  • Mentor (Faculty) for Beta Alpha Psi Faculty Advisor 2002 - 2016
  • Mentor (Faculty) for Massachusetts Society of CPAs 2015 - 2015
  • University Service

  • Program Organizer for ACELAB Relocation Project 2016 - Present
  • Committee Member for Learning Lab Directors Committee 2015 - Present
  • Program Organizer for Open House 2000 - Present
  • Committee Member for International Education Faculty Advisory Committee 2011 - 2013